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Resource:Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation

Name: Resource:Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation
Description: The Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation (OKBTF) is a nonprofit organization that provides education, advocacy and support for Oklahomans with brain tumors and their families to improve their quality of life and help find a cure.

Founded by Nancy Thomason after the death of her son Cade Thomason to a brain stem PNET tumor on February 17, 2000, she vowed to fight the disease in honor and memory of her son Cade. OKBTF is dedicated to meeting the needs of Oklahoma families, caregivers and patients affected by primary brain or central nervous system tumors. We work to provide for needs through education, advocacy, research and service.

Whatever your needs, whether financial, physical, mental or spiritual, we will work with you to fight the battle. Here you will find many of the services we offer in support of families just like yours, who are confused, hurting and just wanting straight answers. Feel free to browse around, get to know us, see what we are doing to help and send us your comments or questions... We are here for you.
Abbreviation: OKBTF
Resource Type(s): Disease-related portal, Patient-support portal
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.okbtf.org/
*Id: nlx_143892
Keywords: Brain, Central nervous system, Tumor, Cancer, Human
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Curation status: Curated

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AbbrevOKBTF  +
CommentAddress:Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation, 730 W. Wilshire Blvd., Suite 114, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 Office: (405) 843-4673 Fax: (405) 843-4392 E-Mail [email protected]
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.okbtf.org/  +
DefinitionThe Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation (OKBTF The Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation (OKBTF) is a nonprofit organization that provides education, advocacy and support for Oklahomans with brain tumors and their families to improve their quality of life and help find a cure.

Founded by Nancy Thomason after the death of her son Cade Thomason to a brain stem PNET tumor on February 17, 2000, she vowed to fight the disease in honor and memory of her son Cade. OKBTF is dedicated to meeting the needs of Oklahoma families, caregivers and patients affected by primary brain or central nervous system tumors. We work to provide for needs through education, advocacy, research and service.

Whatever your needs, whether financial, physical, mental or spiritual, we will work with you to fight the battle. Here you will find many of the services we offer in support of families just like yours, who are confused, hurting and just wanting straight answers. Feel free to browse around, get to know us, see what we are doing to help and send us your comments or questions... We are here for you.
ments or questions... We are here for you.
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Has roleDisease-related portal  +, and Patient-support portal  +
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KeywordsBrain  +, Central nervous system  +, Tumor  +, Cancer  +, and Human  +
LabelResource:Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation  +
ModifiedDate23 December 2011  +
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